Boosting CITES Through Research

Matthew J. Smith, Richard J. Williams, and Drew W. Purves

Abstract

We suggest a more straightforward improvement to CITES implementation: Scientists should consider choosing CITES-listed taxa as model taxa for their research.

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Publication typeArticle
Published inScience
PublisherAmerican Association for the Advancement of Science

Previous versions

Noel McGough, Richard Wilford, Lucy Garrett, and Matthew Smith. Georgian Bulb Quota, 30 June 2009.

D. Kikodze, N. McGough, M. Smith, R. Wilford, L. Garrett, N. Memiadze, D. Kharazishvili, M. Manevelidze, G. Deisadze, T. Pantsulaia, and M. Eristavi. Trade in Georgian Snowdrops - A Roadmap to Sustainability. , February 2010.

Matthew J. Smith, Hesiquio Benitez Diaz, Margarita A. Clemente-Munoz, John Donaldson, Jon Hutton, Noel H. McGough, David H. Morgan, Colman O'Criodian, Thomasina E. Oldfield, Uwe Schippmann, and Richard J. Williams. Assessing the impacts of international trade on CITES-listed species: current practices and opportunities for scientific research, Biological Conservation, Elsevier, 2010.

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